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Dying Blynd

Rank #3 US Colorado Springs, CO Rock / Symphonic Metal / Progressive Metal

50% of sales go to the charity World Vision.

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Sounds Like: Lacuna Coil, System of a Down

Manager: Brook Nelson

Bio: Dying Blynd is a female fronted, progressive metal band from Colorado Springs, Colorado. Compared by fans to a collision between Lacuna Coil and System of a Down, Dying Blynd combines technical metal proficiency, soul catching hooks, and vocals ranging from soaring melodies to face scorching grow... See Full Bio

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In the Waiting...
May 30, 2012
One thing I hate and I've always hated is waiting. But one thing that I've had ... [more]
Getting Things in Place
May 25, 2012
Well I'm just working to get things in place right now. Still haven't gotten a ... [more]
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Q: I'm not one to knock anybody's deal and I hope I'm not offending, but I'm curious about the clown makeup. It's hard to take you seriously. I also wonder why the bass is missing from the mix? Blitz
A: Good question. Typically I'm not into makeup either but we found our stage presence was moving in a direction of a drama. So we decided to try it for a show that was kind of a stand out gig anyway. It was well received so we continued, although we don't wear it 100% of the time. It's not meant to be clownish. Inspirations for the patterns are usually taken from celtic, scottish, or scandinavian backgrounds. As for the bass not being in the mix, I'm not sure which media you're listening to or watching. If it's the videos, we had no control over the sound or video mixes during performances. We would get the DVDs afterwards and find that levels had been far different than we would have liked. Thanks for the question. Brook

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